As the title says, new purchasers of Lenovo PCs should really read this...
Lenovo PCs ship with man-in-the-middle adware that breaks HTTPS connections [Updated] | Ars Technica
Not only Lenovo come with this stuff, I recently bought an Asus laptop, the biggest problem I ran into was the bloody bloatware, mostly related to shopping and promoting Asus and MS products.
Most of it can be deleted/uninstalled, however there is a percentage that cannot and won't be removed regardless, a nuisance more than anything.
PS other than the unwanted crap its a pretty good machine, they certainly have come down in price, paid approx $700, not bad for a machine with reasonable specs.
Superfish removal tool from Lenovo: Superfish Uninstall Instructions - Lenovo Support (US)
Java "Hhhmmm....Fish for dinner!" phile
Toys! I must have new toys!!!